THE most open Hayward Saturday Premier Division title race for years looks like going to the very last game of the season, after leaders Bournemouth Electric completed their campaign with a vital 2-1 victory over reigning champions Bournemouth Manor.

Max Wilcock gave Electric the lead in the 65th minute and Abraham Adesoji added a second as the game went into stoppage time.

Jamie Morgan then pulled one back for Manor, who could still win the title on goal difference provided they win both remaining games against Westover Bournemouth and AFC Burton

Hamworthy Recreation have finished a point adrift of Electric after Joe Bennett rattled in five in their 6-1 triumph over Bisterne United.

Andy Knights was the other Hamworthy scorer with Andrew Hurll netting Bisterne’s consolation goal.

Westover’s title hopes had vanished on Tuesday when they battled out a 3-3 draw with Hamworthy Recreation.

Joe Bennett struck twice for Rec with George Knijff also on target. Kyle Graham scored all three Westover goals. Westover’s Clive Stopper and Wayne Nagy both saw red along with Hamworthy’s Steve Gilbert.

In the other Premier Division game, Levi Ridealgh struck twice for AFC Burton but Bournemouth University had the edge 3-2 thanks to Lewis Gregory and a couple of goals from Clive Makoni.

Gotham were 1-0 winners against Mudeford Men’s Club through Michael Barber on Tuesday and, with Bournemouth Sports forfeiting Saturday’s game against them, they will be champions of Division One if they win their final game of the season away to Bransgore United tomorrow.

On Sunday, Jamie Morgan and Brad Connell both notched hat-tricks when Hampshire Intermediate Cup winners Vienna Suttoners clinched the Division Three title with a resounding 8-1 triumph over MK Interiors.

Tylor Burgis and Will Foster were the other Vienna marksmen as they finished their campaign a point ahead of nearest rivals AFC East Christchurch.

Division Two champions Wiseguys netted through Ollie Bolton and a couple of goals from John Taylor but Parley Sports just got the better of them 4-3 with manager Matt Roles coming on as substitute to grab the 85th-minute winner.

Jon Vukcevic, Peter Jones and Ryan Barker were the other Parley scorers.